The 7X doesn't have the ultra-long legs of the Bombardier Global Express and the Gulfstream V, but the tri-jet 7X will parlay its cutting-edge wing design into an impressive enough range of 5,700 nm and an equally impressive typical operating speed of Mach .85. The 5,700-nm range will allow the 7X to link Paris with Tokyo, Beijing, Los Angeles or Sao Paulo. From New York, the 7X will be able to fly directly to all of Europe, Riyadh, Honolulu and all of South America. The 7X's cabin cross section is the same as that of the company's Falcon 900EX but with eight extra feet of length and 20 percent greater volume. The 7X cabin has room for three seating lounges, lavatories, a galley, a private crew rest area and a large baggage compartment.